INDIANS RUMORS & GOSSIP

Indians outright T.J. House to Triple-A Columbus

The Cleveland Indians announced on Wednesday that the club has outrighted left-handed pitcher T.J. House to Triple-A Columbus. The team previously designated him for assignment last Tuesday, Sept. 20, in order to make room for right-hander Adam Plutko on the 40-man roster. The move also makes House eligible for minor league free agency. House pitched […] The post Indians outright...
Via Today's Knuckleball
1 hour ago

The Cleveland Indians should not fear October jinxes

The Cleveland Indians are a good team. They have nothing to fear from October. Now that the playoffs are assured for the Cleveland Indians, it doesn’t feel as much like playing with fate to talk about what could be once October dawns. Any fan or baseball scribe has countless thoughts about what can or will be in the postseason. But when you have any sort of rooting interest, whether...
Via Let's Go Tribe!
2 hours ago  |  Discuss

Nearly a Decade Later, Comparing Central Champions

On October 23rd, 2007, the Cleveland Indians clinched the Central Division title in a year that would ultimately see them take the eventual World Champion Boston Red Sox to game seven of the ALCS. After winning the first five Central Division titles ever (1995 through 1999), it took the Indians nine years to return to the top of the division after that 2007 appearance when the Indians...
Via Burning River Baseball
4 hours ago

League Park Hosts its Last Game – an Extra-innings Loss to Detroit

League Park was on borrowed time starting in 1928, when voters in Cleveland passed a bond issue for construction of an enormous lakefront stadium at the end of East Ninth Street downtown. But it hung on for another 18 years as the home of the Indians until a group headed by Bill Veeck bought the team in June 1946. Almost immediately, it appeared that the Indians’ full-time home...

Today in Tribe History: September 28, 2013

Backed by a strong six innings from Scott Kazmir, Cleveland’s 5-1 victory over the Minnesota Twins guarantees the Indians of at least a tie for one of the American League Wild Card spots. Cleveland got a pair of runs in the fourth inning to take the lead as Carlos Santana’s two-out, two-run homer off of Cole De Vries scored Jason Kipnis. A pair of singles from Ryan Doumit and...

Kluber's injury (quad strain) could affect his postseason

DETROIT (AP) Cleveland's most pressing concern was the health of its ace. Tuesday's 12-0 loss to Detroit was just another game. Corey Kluber has a mild quadriceps strain, which could force the AL Central champions to delay his first playoff start. It's another blow for the Indians, who already were missing starting pitchers Carlos Carrasco and Danny Salazar. ''It's obviously not...
Via Associated Press
14 hours ago  |  Discuss

McAllister looks to come up big in rare start

The Tigers are trying to chase down a Wild Card spot with young stud Michael Fulmer (11-7, 2.95 ERA) on the mound. The Indians, while still fighting for home-field advantage, have already clinched the American League Central, and they will send Zach McAllister (3-2, 3.58 ERA) to the mound Wednesday at Comerica Park in what could shape up to be a bullpen game.
Via Indians.com
14 hours ago

Indians balancing rest with home-field quest

As the Indians celebrated on Monday night, bench coach Brad Mills made his way into the mob and found backup catcher Chris Gimenez. It was then, amid the champagne and post-clinch chaos, that Mills informed Gimenez he would be playing third base on Tuesday.
Via Indians.com
19 hours ago

With division won, injury-plagued Indians eye playoffs

DETROIT (AP) Corey Kluber had an MRI in Cleveland on Tuesday, a day after he left his start at Detroit with right groin tightness. Manager Terry Francona said he didn't have results yet. He said Kluber was ''a little stiff, but not overly tender'' - so that was cause for optimism. The Indians clinched the AL Central title Monday, but their postseason outlook has taken a bit of...
Via Associated Press
19 hours ago  |  Discuss

Indians party in Detroit and push Tigers to brink of postseason elimination

As good as the Cleveland Indians have been at home, it was fitting that they clinched the American League Central title Monday at Comerica Park. After all, a huge reason that Cleveland was able to break open the champagne — the good stuff, thanks to Mike Napoli — and the MLB-approved beer was their season-long dominance of […] The post Indians party in Detroit and push Tigers...
Via Today's Knuckleball
22 hours ago

Indians Clinch Division and Are Ready for More

Read this intro, then close your eyes, and take a deep breath before continuing on. Let Hammy’s words, “Cleveland! We WILL have an October to remember!” sink in. That feeling we all had in our gut just a few months ago has returned, where we all just know for whatever reason that this season was different from anything else. The fans know it, the players know it, and just like...
Via Burning River Baseball
1 day ago

Coco Crisp Doing Well in Limited Role

When the Indians brought back Coco Crisp at the August 31 waiver trading deadline, it was difficult to see what kind of impact he would have on the team. To start off, the thinking goes, it would be hard for the 36-year-old veteran to get at bats. The outfield was already crowded enough, with Abraham Almonte, Rajai Davis, Lonnie Chisenhall, Tyler Naquin, and Brandon Guyer all splitting...

5 reasons why the Cleveland Indians can win the World Series

Via FOX Sports
1 day ago

The Cleveland Indians fell one home win short of tying a franchise record

But this is still one of the best at-home Indians teams we have ever seen. The Cleveland Indians wrapped up their last home series of the season by dropping two-of-three against the Chicago White Sox. They failed to clinch the American League Central, despite some help from the Kansas City Royals, but they still have a 99 percent chance of completing that goal before the season...
Via Let's Go Tribe!
2 days ago  |  Discuss

Cleveland Indians News and Notes: Today could be clinch day

The magic number is down to 2, meaning that the Indians can clinch the division with a win and a Detroit loss Last Night's Game: White Sox 8, Indians 1 Cleveland Indians fall flat against Chicago White Sox in 8-1 loss; magic number is 2 | cleveland.com Indians lose but cut magic number two games | indians.com Ketchup grinds out a gritty victory while Indians fall to Sox 8-1 -...
Via Let's Go Tribe!
3 days ago  |  Discuss

Ramirez has big night; Indians move closer to Central title

CLEVELAND (AP) Jose Ramirez hit a two-run homer and drove in four runs, and the Cleveland Indians moved a step closer to the AL Central title with a 10-4 win over the Chicago White Sox on Friday night. The Indians dropped their magic number to three games for their first division title since 2007. Trevor Bauer (12-8) overcame two-run homers by Melky Cabrera and Avisail Garcia....
Via Associated Press
4 days ago  |  Discuss

Report: Indians considering three-man rotation for playoffs

The once-strong Cleveland Indians rotation is struggling to stay healthy, and the team may have to change its plans for the playoffs as a result. According to Jeff Passan of Yahoo Sports, the Indians are now considering using a three-man rotation, with Corey Kluber and Trevor Bauer going on short rest. Sources: Cleveland discussing three-man postseason rotation with Kluber and...
Via Larry Brown Sports
8 days ago  |  Discuss

How Cleveland’s Injuries Changed Our World Series Odds

Just a little more than a week ago, the Indians had a reportedly healthy Danny Salazar, a totally healthy Carlos Carrasco, and their odds of winning the World Series, according to our projections, sat at 13.4%. Aside from a 24-hour window back on July 5 during which Cleveland’s odds jumped up to 14.2%, last week’s figure was the highest of the year for the soon-to-be American...
Via Fangraphs
8 days ago  |  Discuss

Indians players rip Cleveland columnist Paul Hoynes after writing critical piece

With two weeks remaining in the 2016 MLB season, the Cleveland Indians have a comfortable seven-game lead in the AL Central. Barring an unexpected collapse and surge by the Detroit Tigers, the Tribe will be in the postseason. Yet the Cleveland Plain Dealer‘s Paul Hoynes believes the Indians’ playoff run won’t last very long after the team lost starting pitcher Carlos Carrasco...
Via Awful Announcing
9 days ago  |  Discuss

Jason Kipnis Tells Reporter to Stay Home

The Cleveland Indians are seven games in front of the Detroit Tigers in their division and own the second best record in the American League. The Tribe is so hot right now, they’re a couple of weeks away from capturing their first Central crown since 2007…but apparently that’s not enough for some Cleveland writers. “Write it down,” Indians beat writer Paul Hoynes wrote...
Via Hall of Very Good
9 days ago  |  Discuss
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